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Duck Stamp Misprint Sends Happy Customers to a Sex Chat Service
by Kris on 9/4/2008 (2)

"Honey, where's that phone? I need to order my duck stamp poste haste!"
Washington, D.C. - People calling a federal phone number to order duck stamps got a pleasant surprise this past week as they were instead greeted by the a sexy female voice promising to "turn you on" and several other much more graphic deeds not fit to print.

"I'm going to order a lot more stamps," said New Jersey native Brad Jones, who admitted to already have called three times to order duck stamps.

Duck stamps are required in the United States to hunt migratory waterfowl, or ducks in layman's terms. The carrier card for the duck stamps had two digits transposed, effectively changing the number from 1-800-STAMP24 to 1-800-TRAMP24. In total, about 3.5 million cards were printed with the wrong number.

The public reaction from the typo has been overwhelmingly positive, as thousands of adults were snapped out of their drab existences and thrust into the world of phone pornography.

"These girls will do anything, and I do mean anything," said avid hunter turned phone sex addict Ernie Hakim.

"I had no idea such a thing existed, me and my friends love it," said fourteen year old Kevin Anderson, who has since pooled his money with several neighborhood kids to pay for the $1.99 a minute sex chat.

An agency spokeswoman for the Fish and Wildlife Service, Rachel Levin, initially said the error would be corrected with next year's stamps but has since waivered on that decision.

"Many people like the sex chat more than duck hunting itself," she said this past Thursday in front of a mixed crowd of nymphomaniacs and hunters, eliciting a thunderous applause. "We may print next year's stamps with the same number too, it has clearly brought so many people joy."

Representatives for "Intimate Connections", the company whose number is listed on the duck stamps, stated in a press release that they appreciate the extra business from the Fish and Wildlife Service and are open to discussing other possible business endeavors."0" styl0" style

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1. by Duck Tramp on 9/5/2008 9:31:05 AM
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2. by Kris on 9/6/2008 10:18:36 AM
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